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Three law professors have been awarded Trudeau fellowships, worth $225,000 each, for their research on various social issues.

‘Articling is a marathon, not a sprint’

Written by Posted Date: October 15th, 2013
b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-4STUDENTS_2013_October_Jacqueline_Ruck[1].jpgIt’s really happening. Articling has begun and although I am often (appropriately) referred to as an “articling student,” this student life is quite different from the one I’d grown accustomed to.
‘As the nature of the student body changes, the supports that are needed shift as well, and so we need to start responding,’ says Melanie Banka Goela.
‘As the nature of the student body changes, the supports that are needed shift as well, and so we need to start responding,’ says Melanie Banka Goela.
Ontario law schools are joining forces to support the mental health of their students.

Time for law schools to rethink teaching law

Written by Posted Date: October 7th, 2013
Calgary law dean Ian Holloway says, ‘We equate volume with rigour — law school is hard because we keep shovelling stuff at our students.’
Calgary law dean Ian Holloway says, ‘We equate volume with rigour — law school is hard because we keep shovelling stuff at our students.’
As professor Richard Susskind put it: “It’s not just what we teach, it’s how we teach.”

OCIs: consider ‘how’ you want to work

  • Ab Initio
Written by Posted Date: September 30th, 2013
b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-4STUDENTS_Standard_photos_2013rebecca_lockwood_new.jpgThis time last year, my 2L peers and I were on edge waiting to hear back from employers after submitting OCI applications.

ABA law school report resonates in Canada

Written by Posted Date: September 30th, 2013
Osgoode law dean Lorne Sossin says the ABA task force’s call for more innovation, differentiation, and experimentation applies to Canadian law schools.
Osgoode law dean Lorne Sossin says the ABA task force’s call for more innovation, differentiation, and experimentation applies to Canadian law schools.
The American Bar Association’s task force on the future of legal education released a draft report on Sept. 20, shining a light on the need for change.

Queen’s eyes letting in more law students

Written by Posted Date: September 23rd, 2013
Tuition caps mean revenues are not growing enough to allow expansion of law school, says dean Bill Flanagan.
Tuition caps mean revenues are not growing enough to allow expansion of law school, says dean Bill Flanagan.
As Ontario law schools feel the impact of tightened purse strings, they are desperately searching for other ways to bring in additional revenue.

Video: McGill law student's film premieres at TIFF

Written by Posted Date: September 16th, 2013
b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-4STUDENTS_2013_September_tiff_thumbnail.jpgMcGill University law student Michael Glasz helped produce an animated 3D short film called The Chaperone, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 11.
b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-4STUDENTS_2013_September_chris-albinati.jpgSometime in June 2014, a group of law students will, one by one, cross a stage, shake a few hands, pose for a picture, and receive a scroll of paper. The scroll will likely be a ceremonial stand-in for the occasion while the official document is pending.

Calgary teaching business skills to law students

Written by Posted Date: September 9th, 2013
University of Calgary business law professor Bryce Tingle says lawyers need to understand the businesses and transactions they’re working in and around.
University of Calgary business law professor Bryce Tingle says lawyers need to understand the businesses and transactions they’re working in and around.
Financial statements, cash flow models, risk management, investor relations — do any of these terms ring a bell?
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